PJTC welcomes students and other visitors, and we invite you to participate with us in our religious services. We hope this introduction will provide you with the information you need to understand, feel comfortable, and get the most from your visit. Read More
The Family Shabbat Service is the regular Shabbat service with a family vibe. The music is upbeat, the atmosphere is welcoming, and the sermon is a storytelling session geared toward all ages! The Family Shabbat lets us celebrate Shabbat through music, prayer, and stories in a welcoming and inclusive space.
Join us for the Men's Club annual Sunday bagel breakfast, co-hosted with the Israel Committee. Join us as we speak with Tovah Lazeroff, Deputy Managing Editor of The Jerusalem Post, joining us via skype from Israel. Tovah Lazaroff has worked at the Jerusalem Post for tweleve years and her expertise includes: settlements, diplomacy, the United Nations, hostage swaps, the southern and northern borders under fire, and terror victims. Following her presentation we will also hear an annual Men's Club update. RSVP to the Men's Club by June 30.
The Israel Scouts Friendship Caravan is coming to PJTC! An entertaining evening of Israeli songs, dances and storytelling for children and adults including an ice cream dessert!
Bring your family and friends and enjoy a fun evening of Professional Baseball with the PJTC Men's Club. The Rancho Cucamonga Quakes (Dodger Farm Team) will play the Lancaster JetHawks (Houston Farm Team) at the Epicenter in Rancho Cucamonga. For more information contact the Men's Club.
The Pasadena Jewish Temple & Center (PJTC) is a synagogue and community center affiliated with the Conservative Movement whose members observe a wide range of Jewish beliefs and practices.
PJTC is dedicated to perpetuating all aspects of Jewish life and to fostering a sense of Jewish identity among its members, both as individuals and as a community. The Temple provides an active house of prayer, education and assembly. PJTC seeks to include and accept all those who wish to worship, study, or develop cultural or social ties to Judaism and warmly welcome interfaith and non-traditional families into our community.